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Why our students need to embrace STEM now

Bob Sobolewski |

The talent pipeline for science, technology and advanced manufacturing jobs in the United States needs an enormous boost of interested kids — and fast.

Business schools, colleges wooing foreign students

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

When Jonas Rasmussen, a native of Denmark, arrived at the University of Hartford in 2015 to pursue a master's degree in business administration, it was in many ways the fulfillment of a dream.

UConn medical school unveils new curriculum

Q&A talks about the UConn School of Medicine's revised curriculum with Dr. Suzanne Rose, senior associate dean for education.

Colleges boost entrepreneurship classes, seminars

John Stearns |

Architectural photographer Heather Conley calls the people at the University of Hartford's Entrepreneurial Center a trusted team in her village of advisers, mentors and supporters.

Continuing and Graduate Education for Professionals and Executives

In today's competitive business world, the need to build and expand job competencies and professional know-how has never been greater.

Post University launches new degree program for nurses

John Stearns |

Post University in Waterbury has launched an online Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program as a new resource for nursing students and working RNs in Connecticut and the Northeast.

Report: One in five CT students disengaged from high school

Patricia Daddona |

On the heels of an independent report that has found 22 percent of high school youth are disengaged or disconnected from school in Connecticut, the Dalio Foundation is setting up the Connecticut...

UConn students graduating faster than their peers

Patricia Daddona |

UConn undergraduates are graduating in an average of 4.2 years, almost a full year ahead of the average bachelor's degree candidate at more than 3,600 post-secondary institutions nationwide,...

CCSU names finalists for president's post

Patricia Daddona |

Three finalists have been named in the nationwide, months-long search for a new president of Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) in New Britain.

State must match education, job needs

Ken Cook |

I have the opportunity on a regular basis to talk with the senior leadership of small and middle market manufacturing firms. While our conversations cover a wide variety of topics, one that...

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